Lee Westwood revealed some his scoring secrets to Golf World – and then won his first European Tour title in two years.
The Englishman shares his exclusive instruction in the next issue, on sale October 28, where he talks about the drills that have now helped him climb to No. 5 in the world and No.1 in the Race to Dubai.
Westwood bagged the Portugal Masters at the Oceânico Victoria Golf Course by two shots from Italian Francesco Molinari and four from Padraig Harrington.
He said: "It was nice to finish it off, you never know when the next win is going to come and you start to question yourself.
"You always slightly doubt yourself in the back of your mind and to be number one again feels great. It's been nearly ten years since I won it.
"I'm also delighted about the world rankings. I always have a good look at that and it's a reflection of my consistency.
"But winning is definitely a habit and I got out of the habit. Hopefully now I have won again I can win more."
The 30th victory of his professional career was achieved in Vilamoura with a 23 under par total of 265 after a bogey-free closing 66.